Lifestyle medicine is the use of evidence-based lifestyle therapeutic approaches to treat, reverse and prevent chronic disease and focuses on six areas to improve health: healthful eating, physical activity, stress management, tobacco cessation, maintaining healthy relationships, and sleep improvement. We will also hear from the...

The Health Care Transformation Task Force released an implementation framework for engaging consumers in care delivery to promote ideal person-centered, value-driven health care by including patients and consumers as partners in all aspect of decision-making about their health care. The Implementation Framework provides best practices and...

The Health Care Transformation Task Force developed a Value Partnership Evaluation Tool to support leaders as they assess potential partner organizations – or themselves – for readiness to engage in successful value-based partnerships. This interactive tool is designed around a set of core competencies determined to...

Consumer engagement is increasingly recognized as a critical component to achieving person-centered care, particularly for people with complex health and social needs. On this webinar, Clare Pierce-Wrobel shared the results of the Health Care Transformation Task Force’s study on consumer engagement structures and mechanisms used...

What's the impact of value-based payment and care delivery models in primary care? This webinar reviewed promising results from the front lines at ChenMed, a physician-led organization operating a full-risk model that provides superior, dignified, well-coordinated care for low-to-moderate income seniors, and the Center for...

Primary care providers are the foundation of an efficient and effective health care system. New value-based primary care models are coming online that advance better value-based payment and care delivery. In this webinar, Dr. Michael Munger of the American Academy of Family Physicians presented the...

Levers of Successful ACOs The Health Care Transformation Task Force interviewed high-performing Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) to assess structures and strategies that led to their success. Although each organization had differing approaches and experiences, common themes emerged in three major categories: 1) Achieving High-Value Culture, 2)...